Since 1/2 of our ancestors are female, it seemed only fitting that we offer a promo on two of our most popular items, The Tracing Your Female Ancestors booklets from Moorshead Magazines.
Family Roots Publishing has created a bundle of the two items, and discounted it by 20%, making the price only $15.92 (Reg. $19.95). We have a limited number of bundles on hand, so click here or on the illustration and order yours today.
Don’t need both items, but would like one of them? We’ve discounted the items individually by 10%. Click on the links to order.
Following are full descriptions of each of the items in the bundle.
Tracing Your Female Ancestors; Compiled by Gena Philibert-Ortega; 68 pps; Paper; Full Color; saddle-stapled 8.5×11; Item # MM014
- 25 Websites to Increase Success:
- Plus Research Tips For:
- Women in the Work Force
- Women and the Vote
- Women in Photographs
- African American Ancestors
- Women in the Civil War
- Female Ancestors Pre-1850
- The Secret Lives of Women
- And Much More!
Includes a special look at Women in Photographs by Maureen Taylor
- Introduction, tips and strategies to help you get started in your search for your female ancestors
- Finding Your Pre-1850 Female Ancestors, we look at some key sources and offer some alternatives to locating female ancestors before 1850
- 25 Online Sources, a list of key sites you should add to your internet toolbox
- Women’s Clubs, when traditional sources aren’t enough, try locating your ancestor in clubs and other organizations
- Tracing Your African American Female Ancestors, there are many resources available for researching your African American female ancestors
- Jane S. Chatham Case Study, a look at one lady’s very difficult life and the sources used to piece it together
- Women & Divorce, they didn’t do that in the good old days: researching your female ancestor’s divorce
- Women’s Work, women were more than just housewives; they filled many different roles in peacetime and wartime
- Secret Lives Of Women, search for your female ancestor in cookbooks, journals, quilting books and more
- Manuscript Collections, manuscript collections can uncover details to help illustrate the life of your female ancestor
- University Library Sources, university libraries are great repositories for additional information that might otherwise go unnoticed
- Women In Photos, renowned photo expert, Maureen Taylor, shines some light on finding your ancestor in photographs
- Women And The Vote, knowing more about the history of female suffrage can point you toward valuable resources
- Women In The Civil War, you might be surprised to find out what your female ancestor did during the Civil War
- Grandma Was An Alien? alook at how women became aliens in their own country
- Writing Their Story, telling the story of your female ancestor is an important step in your ongoing genealogy research
Tracing Your Female Ancestors Volume II; Compiled by Gena Philibert-Ortega: from the Publishers of History Magazine; 66pp; Paper; saddle-stapled; Full Color; 8.5×11; Item # MM021
Tracing Your Female Ancestors Volume II continues the success of our first volume with all new articles that reveal more research resources and strategies for finding your elusive female ancestors. Compiled by Gena Philibert-Ortega, with additional articles by Lisa Alzo, Jean Wilcox Hibben and Tammy Hepps
- This exciting issue includes:
- 10 Unusual Sources
- Female Immigrant Ancestors
- Digitized Book Resources
- 50+ Online Resources
- Finding Your Femme Fatales
- Researching Jewish Women
- Researching Female Veterans
- And Much More!
Here is a complete list of articles you will find in this special edition publication:
- Conducting Searches,Gena Philibert-Ortega offers some insight into the importance of how you conduct searches.
- Using the FamilySearch Catalog, Gena Philibert-Ortega describes the importance of this much-have resource!
- Google Tools to get you Going, Gena Philibert-Ortega highlights Google’s tool set and how it can help you find your female ancestor.
- Locating Death records, Gena Philibert-Ortega looks at resources for locating the death of a female ancestor.
- searching City Directories, Gena Philibert-Ortega shows how you can follow your female ancestor through time.
- Finding Your Female Veterans, Gena Philibert-Ortega offers resources for finding your female ancestor who served their country.
- Female Immigrant Ancestors, Jean Wilcox Hibben examines why and how women took the gamble.
- Pinning Female Ancestors, Gena Philibert-Ortega looks at Pinterest and shows you how to use it to your genealogical advantage.
- Digitized Book Resources, Gena Philibert-Ortega recommends digitized book collections for female ancestor research.
- Church Records, Gena Philibert-Ortega shows how church records might illuminate your ancestor’s life.
- Ten Unusual Sources, Gena Philibert-Ortega offers up some lesser-known resources for finding that “difficult” female ancestor.
- Locating Female Jewish Ancestors, Tammy Hepps offers five recommendations for overcoming the challenges you may encounter
- Finding Your Femmes Fatales, Lisa A. Alzo explores the dark side of female ancestors
- Telling Your Females’ Stories, Lisa A. Alzo shows how to honor your female ancestor with a variety of ideas and the tools to make it happen!
- Case Study: Lessons from Martha, Gena Philibert-Ortega talks about the lessons learned from one special research project
- Now What? Gena Philibert-Ortega offers some closing thoughts on starting the search for your female ancestors
Again, Family Roots Publishing has created a bundle of the two items, and discounted it by 20%, making the price only $15.92 (Reg. $19.95). We have a limited number of bundles on hand, so click here or on the illustration and order yours today.